Curriculum and Core Topics

Curriculum

R1

Orientation 1 block
Holiday Intersession 1/2 block
Family Medicine Inpatient 2 blocks
Emergency Medicine 1 block
Medical Intensive Care Unit 1 block
Full-Term Nursery 1 block
Gynecology 1 block
Outpatient Pediatrics 1 block
Internal Medicine 2 blocks
Inpatient Pediatrics 1 block
Obstetrics 1 block
Surgery 1 block

 

R2

Orientation 1/2 block
Holiday Intersession 1/2 block
Family Medicine Inpatient 4 blocks
Family Medicine Inpatient night float 1 block
Obstetrics 1 block
ENT 1/2 block
Cardiology 1 block
Practice Management 1 block
Behavioral Science 1 block
Electives 1 block
Orthopedics 1 block

 

R3

Orientation 1/2 block
Holiday Intersession 1/2 block
Supervisor Family Med Inpatient 1 1/2 blocks
Family Medicine Night Float 1/2 block
Sports Medicine 1 block
Geriatrics 1 block
Electives 4 blocks
Urology 1/2 block
Community Medicine 1 block
Emergency Medicine 1 block

Core on Wednesday Afternoon

Every Wednesday afternoon from 1-4 pm the family medicine residents have protected didactic time, called "Core". The afternoons feature family medicine faculty and invited guest lectures, interactive workshops, journal review, geriatric medicine, practice management, and patient-centered medical home topics.  Every other month the residents have dedicated time for research. Residents also go to a local high school to do sports physicals in the summer, fall and spring during this time. The residents complete their Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs) required by the American Board of Family Medicine as a group on 2 Wednesday afternoons a year.  The chief residents are integrally involved in the curriculum and the selection of the topics and presenters. A 70% attendance of Core is required.

Last modified: Jul 28, 2014
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